Súbeme La Radio

Album: Yet to be titled (2017)
Charted: 10 81


  • This Spanish-language song is the lead single from Enrique Iglesias' 11th album. It was released on February 24, 2017.
  • Enrique Iglesias is joined on the Latin pop song by the Puerto Rican duo Zion & Lennox and the Cuban singer Descemer Bueno. The four artists also wrote the track between them.
  • The title translates into English as "Turn Up the Radio."
  • The song topped the Spanish chart, becoming Iglesias's eighth #1 hit on that listing. It also reached the summit in various other countries including Croatia, Czech Republic, Paraguay, Romania and Slovenia.
  • The music video shows Iglesias throwing a huge party in Havana, Cuba with Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox. "I grew up in Miami and have a lot of Cuban friends so I had been wanting to do something in the island," explained Iglesias. "After doing a couple of videos with Cuban director Alejandro Pérez, tons of collaborations with my friend Descemer Bueno and after the great success we had with 'Bailando' with my friends from Gente de Zona, it just seemed like the perfect moment to do something."
  • Enrique Iglesias enlisted Sean Paul and X Factor 2016 winner Matt Terry to record an English-language remix.


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